The DASA Working World Exhibition in Dortmund consists of 13,000 square meters of exhibition space, presenting the working world of yesterday, today and tomorrow. It is the educational institution of the Federal Institute for Occupational Health and Saftey, and is intended to keep the public informed about the world of work and its importance for the individual and for society.
The concepts of People – Work – Technology, displayed on the façade, highlight the “playing field” of DASA: people make art, technology and work to affect society. The relationship of these three variables shows and interprets the DASA Working World Exhibition in ever new ways. The primary concern is the issue of securing central human values in the workplace, such as health or dignity.